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Maximilian I
Ziesenis, Johann Georg Ziesenis - Portret van Maximilian I, hertog van Radziłów (c 1752).jpg
Portrait of Maximilian I, Duke of Radziłów in 1752.
Elector of Radziłów and Lodz
Reign 17 May 1773 – 27 March 1824
Predecessor Himself
as Duke
Successor George I
Duke of Radziłów and Lodz
Reign 1 October 1737 – 12 February 1773
Predecessor Charles IV, Duke of Radzilow
Successor Charles V as Duke
Himself as Elector
Born 7 June 1711(1711-06-07)
Fort-la-Latte, France
Died 27 March 1799 (aged 87)
Krakow, Poland
Burial
Spouse Maria Elizabeth of Lodz
Issue Frederick I of Württemberg
Jacques Casimir I of Poland
Charles XIV John of Sweden
Jean, Prince of Radzilow
Nicholas, Crown of Radzilow
Jean-Baptiste de Radziłów, Duke of Łódź
House House of Radziłów
Father Charles IV, Duke of Radzilow
Mother Madison, Duchess of Radzilow
Religion Roman Catholicism

Maximilian I, Duke of Radziłów (French: Maximilien I; 7 June 1711 – 27 March 1799) was Crown Prince of Gmina Radziłów and Duke of Radzilow form 1767 until his death. He was father of Charles de Radziłów (future Charles XIV/III John), and Casimir de Radziłów (future Jacques Casimir I).

Early life

Marriage

Issue

Education

Military service

Duke of Radziłów and Lodz

Heir to the Polish crown

Reforms

French Revolutionary Wars

Electorial Reign of Radziłów

Relationship with Polish King and Swedish King

United Radziłów and Lodz

Conflicts with the Ukrainian Republic

Forty Years War

Economy and Foreign policy

Later reign and death

Legacy

Titles, honours, and styles

Heraldry

Ancestry

Family

See also

Notes

References

Sources and further reading

External links

Maximilian I, Elector of Radziłów
Born: 7 June 1740 Died: 27 March 1824
Preceded by
Himself
as Duke of Radzilow and Lodz
Elector of Radziłów and Lodz
17 May 1773 – 27 March 1824
Succeeded by
George I
Preceded by
Charles IV, Duke of Radzilow
Duke of Radziłów and Lodz
1 October 1737 – 12 February 1773
Succeeded by
Charles V, Duke of Radzilow
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